Rainbow Tarns

Address: 505 Rainbow Tarns Rd, Crowley Lake, California, 93546-9793, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 505 Rainbow Tarns Rd, Crowley Lake, is near Devil's Postpile National Monument, Mono Lake Visitors Center, Hot Creek, and Mammoth Adventure Center.
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        Travel Blogs from Crowley Lake

        The Grand Canyon (not so grand)

        A travel blog entry by carsey53 on Oct 05, 2015

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        ... First stop is a fake frontier town which we don't bother getting off at and next stop is the skywalk. After lining up and waiting for an hour and finally getting to about ten from the front of the queue, we are advised that there is a storm approaching and the skywalk is closed and unsure for how long. What to do - we head back to the helicopter to see if they are still flying - yes you definitely want to be up in a helicopter in an approaching storm. ...

        Mammoth Lakes

        A travel blog entry by ljritz51 on Aug 25, 2015

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        First hike was to drive north to Hwy 120, turn the enter west towards the eastern entrance to Yosemite. 11 miles later, before the entrance turn right to Saddleback Lake. There we took a shuttle boat to the far side of the mountain lake to start hiking. We did a 5 mile loop through the 20 Lakes basin at 10,025 feet!! Rocky, majestic, with peaks up to 12,000+ ...

        PCT day 60. 6/18/15. Miles 908+13 on JMT

        A travel blog entry by yankolimon on Jun 18, 2015

        Thursday, June 18, 2015. PCT day 60. Miles 908+13 on JMT. After 2.5 zero days in Mammoth, fattening up and waiting for Ray and Pete (my friends from Tucson), I was ready to get back on the trail. Two zeros is my max. Any more and I may end up not getting back to the trail. Plus, it gets expensive staying in town. So only Pete and Ray ended up coming all the way from Tucson to do the 60 mile PCT/JMT section from Mammoth ...

        PCT day 55. 6/13/15. Miles 879-893.5

        A travel blog entry by yankolimon on Jun 13, 2015

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        ... her neck, and tore a ligament in her knee. Luckily she had a Spot SOS device. It took three hours for the chopper to come in to evacuate her. A nearby ranger was able to quickly hike in to help, however. Interesting thing is that I remember seeing a rescue chopper that day 2 passes after Glenn and hoping that was just a practice run. But, obviously it was a legit rescue. I was saddened by this news. Ninja had come all the way from Switzerland to hike the PCT. Ego, ...

        PCT day 54. 6/12/15.

        A travel blog entry by yankolimon on Jun 12, 2015

        ... favorite author. He said that my trail name should be Hayduke (after George Washington Hayduke, a main character in Edward Abbey's book the Monkey Wrench Gang) instead of Bearly. He said that I reminded him of Hayduke. I thought about it and kinda liked the idea. Maybe I will change my trail name. Anyhow, tomorrow I will do Silver Pass. The weather is supposed to be better this ...